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Unformatted text preview: Handout of the Tenth Week: PS 103 Intro IR Dalton Lin University of Wisconsin-Madison Department of Political Science April 8, 2008 IR as a field :-Analytical tools: IR theories Realism Liberalism (and Liberal Institutionalism) Constructivism Marxism Feminism-Foreign policy making Process: Decision making Context: Domestic politics-International security War Types of war Causes of war: four levels of analysis X six types of conflicts Forces Conventional forces vs. Weapons of mass destruction (strategic forces) Civil-military relations: control of military forces Weapons of the weak: terrorism- International Political Economy International Trade-International society: IOs, international laws, human rights, environment Mercantilism vs. Liberalism Before answer the first question, we need tools: theories. Figure in textbook ....
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